MyTinySun Pro 3600 front light review



MyTinySun Pro 3600 front light

BikeRadar verdict

80.0 out of 5 stars

"Heavy and bulky, but with excellent tuning potential and huge power"

Wednesday, October 31, 2012 12.00pm By

This unit offers serious power in a highly tunable twin-headed setup, but it’s not the sleekest or lightest.

The three ultra-bright Cree XM-L U2 LEDs on each side mean a vast amount of raw power, with swappable 19-, 25- or 42-degree lenses that configure the split between long-reaching spot and super-wide flood.

The big handlebar remote switch can be set in default hi/lo mode or in a six-step ‘Expert’ mode, with a slow, eye-friendly transition between levels. The sheer amount of light meant we sometimes had to throttle the power back to stop distracting bounce-back on wet nights.

The large battery bag has enough power for proper epic rides, but looks more like the cell off a £100 light than a £500 set, and with the remote switch it’s no lightweight.

Also, the flip-over clamp for the O-ring mount can be awkward to undo, although it’s certainly secure once you’ve thrown the switch.

This article was originally published in What Mountain Bike magazine, available on Apple Newsstand and Zinio.

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Pro 3600 front light (12)

Run time (max power) 2 hours, 45 minutes
• 3600 lumens presented in a contemporary housing • Designed and hand built in Germany • 2 years no quibble warranty • Remote control for one handed operation • Optional USB programmable function • Open Light Systems battery as standard • 6 changeable optics for truly precise adjustment and personalisation of the beams.

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